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Libya Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 1

Libya Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Libya. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 AL WAFA BANK TRIPOLI ALWFLYLT
2 ALEJMA'A ALARABI BANK BENGHAZI EJABLYLX
3 ALWAHA BANK - TRIPOLI LY TRIPOLI WAHALYLX
4 AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI BRANCH) ABCNLYLT015
5 AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT TRIPOLI ABCNLYLT017
6 AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT TRIPOLI ABCNLYLT
7 ANDALUS BANK TRIPOLI ANLSLYLT
8 ARAB COMMERCIAL BANK TRIPOLI ACOMLYLT
9 ASSARAY TRADE AND INVESTMENT BANK TRIPOLI ATIBLYLT
10 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) AL KHUMS (AL KOMS BRANCH) CDBLLYLT101
11 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) AL KOUFRA (AL KOUFRA) CDBLLYLT116
12 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI CDBLLYLT
13 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (AL HAWARY) CDBLLYLT114
14 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT011
15 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (BENINA AIRPORT AGENCY) CDBLLYLT013
16 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (CHILDREN AGENCY) CDBLLYLT018
17 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL BERKA AGENCY) CDBLLYLT015
18 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL FOHIT AGENCY) CDBLLYLT111
19 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL FOROSIA AGENCY) CDBLLYLT012
20 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (GARDEN CITY AGENCY) CDBLLYLT017
21 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (ISLAMIC CALL AGENCY) CDBLLYLT014
22 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (MOBILE BANK) CDBLLYLT124
23 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (TWENTY STREET AGENCY) CDBLLYLT112
24 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) DERNA (DRNA BRANCH) CDBLLYLT091
25 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EJDABIA (EJDABIA BRANCH) CDBLLYLT019
26 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EL BIEDA (EL BIEDA MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT061
27 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EL ZAWIA (EL ZAWIA MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT051
28 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EMSSAED (EMSSAED AGENCY) CDBLLYLT042
29 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) MISURATA (AFRICA AGENCY) CDBLLYLT032
30 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) MISURATA (MISURATA MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT031
31 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) SIRTE (SIRTE MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT081
32 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TOBRUK (TOBRUK MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT041
33 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (BEN ASHOWR) CDBLLYLT223
34 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (DAT EL IMAD AGENCY) CDBLLYLT026
35 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (EL FATEH TOWER AGENCY) CDBLLYLT023
36 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (EL MADAR AGENCY) CDBLLYLT029
37 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GERGARISH AGENCY) CDBLLYLT025
38 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GOUT AL SHAAL AGENCY) CDBLLYLT022
39 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GRAND HOTEL AGENCY) CDBLLYLT027
40 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (SOUK EL GOUMA AGENCY) CDBLLYLT221
41 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (TAGORA BRANCH) CDBLLYLT222
42 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (TRIPOLI MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT021
43 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) ZLITEN (ZLITEN MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT071
44 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) ZWARA (ZWARA MAIN BRANCH) CDBLLYLT052
45 BANQUE SAHELO-SAHARIENNE POUR L'INVESTISSEMENT ET LE COMMERCE (TRIPOLI) TRIPOLI BSAHLYLX
46 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI BRANCH) CBLJLYLX001
47 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA SEBHA (SEBHA BRANCH) CBLJLYLX002
48 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI CBLJLYLX
49 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI CBLJLYLY
50 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI (OPERATION DEPARTMENT) CBLJLYLX004


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.